Kaizer Chiefs coach Gavin Hunt will bank on past experience of playing In Tanzania to ensure Amakhosi finish off the job in their CAF Champions League quarterfinal clash against Simba.
Amakhosi will take a healthy 4-0 lead into their second leg tie against the Tanzanian giants, with one foot in the semi-finals. Hunt, though, is not getting ahead of himself and knows that Simba will come out a much more different side in front of their own fans in Dar Es Salaam.
Hunt's Bidvest Wits side played Tanzanian outfit Azam in the 2016 edition of the CAF Confederation Cup, so he is well aware that this weekend's opponents will not make it easy.
“We are the only team in the Champions League quarterfinals that’s not on top of the league, if I am not mistaken. It’s only half-time. I know what it’s like there. It’s going to be crazy there, but we going to be to need to be clever. Not negative, but clever,” Hunt told the media.
“If we can score one there…it’s easier said than done. They will certainly raise their game. They are a big club and they have a lot of pride to play for, so I am sure they will come out with a different mentality and everything else that goes around with it. I’ve been there before, I’ve played Azam. We (Bidvest Wits) played Azam here and they were a totally different side when we went there. It will be a totally different ball game.”